Shivamogga blast: Magazines in Anantpur raided; 65,000 detonators recovered


Team Udayavani, Jan 30, 2021, 10:43 AM IST

Bengaluru: The police probing the Hunasodu quarry blast inspected the detonator magazines (storage points) in Rayadurg mandal of Anantapur district and recovered 65,000 detonators that were stored in an unsafe manner in a vehicle.

Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh police jointly inspected the detonator magazines storage points in Rayadurg mandal of Anantapur district.

The owner of the magazine at Jaggaluru in Davangere district, from where detonators were taken to Shivamogga, maintains the Aduguppa magazine in Gummagatta mandal, and based on this information the raided the detonator magazines in Rayadurg mandal and found some stock kept in five vehicles reportedly in an unsafe manner.

Following the raid the Rayadurg Rural Circle Inspector Raja informed that since the material was kept in an unsafe manner, cases heve been booked against the person. The materials were seized in the presence of Deputy Director Explosives Ravi Kumar and the local Tahsildar Venkata Chalapathi, Shivamogga Rural Circle Inspector Deepak was also present.

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